Oxera Consulting LLP announces the opening today of its Paris office, to be headed up by Partner, Pascale Déchamps We continue our expansion in Europe with the opening of our office in Paris, adding a seventh location to complement our network of European offices in Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, London, Oxford and Rome. Pascale Déchamps will
Oxera appointed to advise European electricity transmission system operators on international efficiency benchmarking
The Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) has been undertaking pan-European benchmarking of electricity and gas transmission service operators (TSOs) since 2003. It is currently following up on its electricity and gas studies, in 2012/13 and 2015/16 respectively, with the new studies for the TSOs anticipated to be completed by March 2019. As part of
As part of a Special Report on Energy & Natural Resources, which appears in the October 2018 issue of Financier Worldwide, Oxera energy experts Helen Jenkins, Jostein Kristensen and Sahar Shamsi participated in a Q&A Forum on ‘Energy Investigations’. In addition to assessing the status quo, our experts looked at how energy investigations might change
Oxera Partner, Nicole Robins, will chair the Global Competition Review’s Annual State Aid conference in Brussels on 20 September. Register and find out more.
Maurice de Valois Turk is heading up Oxera’s Amsterdam office, playing a key role in Oxera’s growing international Telecoms, Media & Technology/Digital practice.
A recent article by Utility Week highlighted views from Oxera Principal, Sahar Shamsi, on the evolution of energy network regulation in the UK. The following text is taken from the Utility Week website, and is used with permission. Text relating to Sahar is highlighted green below: If one thing was clear from Utility Week’s latest Annual Energy
On Tuesday 10 July, the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) published its first National Infrastructure Assessment. This assessment aims to take a long-term view of the needs of the UK across six sectors of the economy through a ‘long term, cross-sectoral approach’ and to support sustainable economic growth across all regions of the UK, improve competitiveness, and